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Niagara Stealth toilet

Niagara Conservation has developed a remarkably quiet yet powerful high-efficiency toilet that uses just 0.8 gpf to clear contents on a single flush.

By HZ Editors August 2, 2011
Niagara Conservation, Stealth toilet, 101 best new products

Niagara Conservation has developed a remarkably quiet yet powerful high-efficiency toilet that uses just 0.8 gpf to clear contents on a single flush. The Stealth features a patented hydraulic system that uses a combination of air and water to provide a powerful flushing action. At the conclusion of each flush, as water fills the tank and inner chamber, air is forced down through a transfer tube and into the trapway. As a result, this pressurizes the trapway and creates a larger water surface in the bowl, helping to deliver a cleaner, more reliable, and quieter flush.

Editors’ Comments: The number-one complaint with high-efficiency toilets is flushing power. Niagara addresses this concern with the Stealth hydraulic system.

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